HELP PROTECT POLLINATORS, PEOPLE AND THE PLANET
The World Bee Project has launched two significant 3-year projects to help support women and bees in adversity — you can help too.
The two projects enable 80 disadvantaged tribal women from villages in India to establish thriving livelihoods as beekeepers. These women are also helping to restore biodiversity by planting declining native plants, which will enhance nectar and pollen resources for bees and improve wild bee populations in India’s forested and coastal regions.
YOU CAN GIVE THREE GIFTS IN ONE
For just €29, $30 or £25, you can support disadvantaged women’s honey businesses, enabling their communities to acquire financial independence while protecting biodiversity and endangered species in their villages. Donate today to sponsor advanced beekeeper education, and we’ll plant a sapling in your honour or in the name of a recipient you designate.
Your gift will provide much-needed support to three communities:
- 80 disadvantaged tribal women from villages in the Ayyalur forest and Pandiyar mangrove wetlands in Tamil Nadu
- Native bees that rely on the biodiversity of the region, plus thousands of other plants, insects and animals
- The world community at large, which depends on bees to pollinate one-third of everything we eat
Please urge your colleagues and friends to donate and support the World Bee Project’s mission to celebrate the right to life, food and shelter for women and bees in adversity.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.